About the Air Forces Thunderbirds. Shows them boarding the jets and some of the maneuvers. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: usaf, thunderbirds, jets
In the summer of 1944, units of the Eighth and Fifteenth United States Army Air Forces began flying to and from bases inside the Soviet Union. Called "shuttle bombing." this operation, code named Frantic, was ostensibly designed to hit targets throughout Nazi-occupied Europe. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: USAF, Soviet Union
FTR 1 This interview gives an overview of the HAARP system (High Altitude Auroral Research Project.) In the book Angels Don't Play This HAARP (co-authored with Jeane Manning), Dr. Begich describes the historical development and projected functioning of this weapons system. Envisioned as a "Revolution in Military Affairs," this Alaska-based installation should serve as a sophisticated reconnaissance device, a missile detection and defense system, a weather modification device, a... Topics: HAARP, WMD, USAF
DELIVERY OF ATLAS BASES TO SAC, FIRST SUCCESSFUL FLIGHT OF ATLAS E ICBM (ARDC INPUT FOR MARCH 1961), 03/196 ARC Identifier 68185 / Local Identifier 342-USAF-29717 http://research.archives.gov/description/68185 Silent footage of Missile manufacture and launch facilities Topics: Atlas, missile, USAF, SAC, Vandenberg
U.S. Air Force film about the B-1B Bomber. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: usaf, b-1b bomber, aviation
Former Air Force sergeant and co-author of the original story for the major motion picture, Good Morning, Vietnam! Adrian Cronauer discusses his work with the Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office. This Wings & Things Guest Lecture took place on Sept. 16, 2008. Topics: USAF, United States Air Force, History, Military
Translation of Il dominio dell'aria. Contents Book One: The Command of The Air 1 PART I 3 Chapter I The New Form of War 3 II The Independent Air Force 34 III Aerial Warfare 49 IV The Organization of Aerial Warfare 69 PART II 93 Book Two: The Probable Aspects of The War of The Future 143 Book Three: Recapitulation 209 Introduction 211 Chapter I Auxiliary Aviation 215 II Aerial Defense 235 III The Aerial Battle 244 IV The Aerial Field As the Decisive Field 251 Book Four: The War of 19— 293 PART... Topics: Air Power, USAF Warrior Studies, Air power
Excerpts from a Watergate Amphitheater performance by the USAF Band, Washington DC. Produced by WAMU-FM during first year of the stations broadcasting on FM dial. Topics: USAF Band, WAMU-FM, Watergate Concert
An US Air Force recruitment film for U-2 and TR-1 reconnaissance jet pilots. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: usaf, aviation, u2, tr-1, reconnaissance
Pardon my newbness, but podcast 101 is up for your ear holes. Current events, what I'm playing, #PAXEast, where are you? All these things and more can be found falling out of my mouth-hole here! www.gi-gamer.com Topics: military, podcast, USAF, USMC, NAVY, USCG, DoD, ARMY, gaming, community
The public domain tracks and description of the album "Discoveries" by the USAF Band of Liberty. http://www.bandofliberty.af.mil/recordings/index.asp Topics: usaf band of liberty, till eugenspiel, richard strauss, puerto rico
Meritorious Unit Citation Badge worn for a short time by airmen in the United States Air Force on their lower right sleeve between the cuff and the elbow. This was later replaced by a framed blue silk ribbon in a gold frame of oak leaves. These are quite uncommon and hard to find to add to a collection along with the gold plated USAF buttons and other short-lived insignia and uniforms. Topics: Meritorious_Unit_Citation, M.U.C., United_States_Air_Force, U.S.A.F., USAF
You'll be on board with the world famous Thunderbirds in a spectacular behind-the-scenes demonstration of action, timing, and skill. Experience the heart-stopping starburst maneuver as you become part of the precision teamwork and professionalism that is the United States Air Force. Prepare for the aerial survival training with the ground and flight crews of "Red Flag." You meet a "bandit" in the solitude of space over the Nevada desert and become "combat... Topics: Top Gun Jets, Plus Jets, USAF, Airforce, Air Force
My wife has died and I am in the process of losing everything. Here is a video in which I discuss all the horrible things happening to me. Topics: dead wife, usaf, disabled, vet, veteran, widower, bankrupt, fibromyalgia
The story of Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, home of the U.S.A.A.F. Material Command, and during WWII the largest aeronautical research center in the world. This WWII film shows the various ways Material Command assists in the design, production and testing of military aircraft and components. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base's origins begin with the establishment of Wilbur Wright Field on 22 May and McCook Field in November 1917, both established by the Army Air Service as World War I... Topics: Wilbur Wright Field, 1917, World War 2, USAF
Tip vortex condensations, contrails and chemtrails (Il caso del KC-10 USAF) http://www.tankerenemy.com/2010/07/tip-vortex-condensations-contrails-and.html Topics: Aviocisterne, chemtrails, KC-10, Scie chimiche, Tanker Enemy, Trecce di Berenice, USAF, USAFFEKC1O,...
30-minute weekly radio program for March 1, 2011. An interesting look at the interplay among four major themes of this radio series: propaganda, the nation-state, organized religion, and war. A few great World-War-Two propaganda songs are played and then analyzed, notably "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition." "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" is analyzed, showing it to be the worst blood-soaked militaristic blasphemy imaginable. (They let *children* listen to this??) A... Topics: military, war, chaplain, sky pilot, World War II, propaganda, USAF Academy, Battle Hymn of the...
Air leaders relate their war experiences in major interdiction campaigns designed to disrupt the flow of men and supplies to enemy armies. As American officers flying in World War II, the interviewees fought in North Africa, the Mediterranean, and Northern France. In Korea and Vietnam, they faced the challenge of limited warfare, in which air power was restrained by national policy. For more documents, visit http://www.theblackvault.com Topics: Air Force, USAF, United States Air Force, history, declassified, mission, missions
The American military and the Far East : proceedings of the Ninth Military History Symposium, United States Air Force Academy, 1-3 October, 1980 (out of print) Capt. Joe C. Dixon, ed. 1981 287 pp., index Topics: air force, USAF, united states air force, air superiority, avation, military history, military,...
Compliments of http://www.theblackvault.com Air Superiority in World War II and Korea: An Interview with General James Ferguson, General Robert M. Lee, General William Momyer, and Lt. Gen. Elwood R. Quesada (out of print) Richard H. Kohn and Joseph P. Harahan, eds. 1983 The four generals participate in a group oral history on how American air forces achieved air superiority in World War II and Korea. Extensive notes and a bibliography supplement the lively and informative discussion. 116 pp.,... Topics: air force, USAF, united states air force, air superiority, avation, military history, military,...
This 1980s USAF promotional film shows male and female nurses volunteering for duty in the USAF nursing corps. Orientation is shown, as well as a some team building exercises. Set to campy music, "when she smiles", this film makes duty in the Air Force look like a summer camp breeze. The beginning of the film takes place at Baylor University.This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage... Topics: Periscope Film, Stock Footage, U.S. Air Force, USAF, Nurse, Nursing, Flight Nurse
Anything, Anywhere, Anytime: Combat Cargo in the Korean War William M. Leary 2000 40 p.; ill. Title is from a quotation, spoken by William H. Tunner in 1948. Chronicles the role of the Combat Cargo Command during the Korean War under the command of Major General Tunner. ISBN: 0-16-050373-6 GPO Stock Number: 008-070-00758-4 favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: air force, USAF, united states air force, air superiority, avation, military history, military,...
Anatomy of a Reform : The Expeditionary Aerospace Force Richard G. Davis Air Force History and Museums Program, 2003. Topics: air force, USAF, united states air force, air superiority, avation, military history, military,...
CONTENTS I. HERITAGE OF WORLD WAR I, 1918-1929 1 II. EVOLUTION OF THE OBSERVATION AIRPLANE, 1929-1937 11 III. THE OBSERVATION AIRPLANES IN USE, 1927-1937 29 IV. LIGHTER-THAN-AIR EXPERIMENTS AND AUT0GYRO, 1930-1940 36 V. LIGHT PLANES AND SLOW PLANES, 1929-1938 50 VI. THE 0-49, FIRST OF THE LIAISON AIRPLAYS, 1938-1940 62 VII. LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE EUROPEAN WAR AND FROM MANEUVERS, 1940-1941 78 VIII. THE LIAISON TYPE IS RECOGNIZED, 1942-1944 100 IX. SUMMARY 113 GLOSSARY 1 118 BIBLIOGRAPHY 120... Topics: USAF historical studies, Airplanes, Military -- United States, Combat liaison airplanes, Airplanes,...
Chevrons either proposed or now worn by the Chief Master Sergeant of the Civil Air Patrol, Auxiliary of the United States Air Force. Topics: C.A.P., Civil_Air_Patrol, USAF_Auxiliary, Chief_Master_Sergeant_of_the_Civil_Air_Patrol, CMS/CAP
The American military on the frontier : the proceedings of the 7th Military History Symposium, United States Air Force Academy, 30 September-1 October 1976 (out of print) Maj. James P. Tate, ed. 1978 Contents: The frontier and American military tradition. [19th Harmon Memorial Lecture] The contribution of the frontier to the American military tradition / Robert M. Utley -- A comparison of military frontiers. Comparison of U.S./Canadian military experience on the frontier / Desmond Morton -- The... Topics: air force, USAF, united states air force, air superiority, avation, military history, military,...
This history traces the usage of- and meaning given to- the terms "roles and missions" relating to the armed forces and particularly to the United States Air Force from 1903 to the mid-1990s. For more great declassified/unclassified records and books, check out The Black Vault at http://www.theblackvault.com Topics: Air Force, USAF, United States Air Force, history, declassified, mission, missions